Capilano Biodiversity Monitoring Club
Mission statement: Document, monitor, and celebrate the biodiversity on and surrounding Capilano University’s campuses, and inform the campus community about regional biodiversity issues.
President: Hassan Merali ([email protected])
Capilano Dance Club
Mission statement: To share the joy of dance and facilitate a supportive, creative environment for all. Weekly drop-in classes of varying styles and levels provide options for everyone – from the curious beginner to the lifelong dancer.
President: Alisa Lindley ([email protected]) • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram
Capilano Radio Club
Mission statement: Our aim is to provide a platform for students to have their voices heard, and have local student art and projects showcased.
President: MJ Dolar ([email protected]) • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram
Capilano Student Cinema Club
Mission statement: The Capilano Student Cinema Club’s mission is to provide a diverse, alternative, and immersive cinema going experience for the student community of Capilano University. We believe that film is an important part of the human experience, and an asset to crafting a well rounded, multifaceted education. We hope that we can provide an undercurrent to the learning experience at CapU through the watching, studying, and celebration of film as an art and as entertainment. To accomplish this we will draw from a varied and nuanced library of films, including both established classics and essential art house, to be screened weekly in the BOSA theatre. This will be open to all students of Capilano University interested in participating.
President: Spencer Zimmerman ([email protected])
Capilano Tabletop Role-Playing Club
Mission statement: The Capilano Tabletop Role-Playing Club seeks to promote positive social interactions and lasting friendships through pen and paper games. It also seeks to introduce pen and paper games to the student body of Capilano University; to help members practice positive social behaviours; To help members develop stronger imaginations, and to have fun.
President: Thomas Leung ([email protected])
Mission statement: The Coalition is a group based within Capilano University’s Theatre Department and is open to all walks of life no matter your race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or accessibility. The Coalition is an action-based group determined to defy and abolish institutionalized discrimination by having open and controversial discussions on current topics. We believe in uplifting and inspiring marginalized voices while striving for true equity.
President: Trinity Valera-Mertineit ([email protected])
Mission statement: Dogwood Capilano strives to organize local people to win back decision making power over our environment, energy and democracy in B.C. Our goal is to engage young adults in taking action outside of the existing political party system. .
President: Sanjana Singh ([email protected])
Early Childhood Care and Education Club
Mission statement: Build strong relationships and community within the ECCE program at Cap. To engage students and faculty in convivial and inclusive events that relate to the work that we do with children and their families, through art, movement, media, amongst other forms of expression.
President: Sarina Bruno ([email protected])
Mission statement: Enactus Capilano strives to provide the support and opportunity to create and foster sustainable projects that benefit the community by identifying social, economic, and environmental needs
President: Kirsten Marr ([email protected]) • Website • Instagram • Facebook
Christian Club: Encounter Capilano
Mission statement: To create a Christian Community within Capilano University where students can “do life together”, build lifelong connections and glorify Jesus Christ. Encounter Capilano’s vision is to e a recognized safe place open for all to explore what God has in store for them, including worship, discipleship, prayer, and outreach.
President: Victoria Bohl ([email protected])
Exercise is Medicine
Mission statement: To create connections between HKIN students, Capilano University student body, faculty, and staff on campus, and promote health and wellness through exercise and active living. Exercise is Medicine Canada/Campus/CapU (EIMC) in Canada is organized by CSEP to promote the prescription of exercise by more health professionals in order to increase physical fitness and improve the health and wellness of the population.
President: Samantha J Doyle ([email protected])
Game Design Club
Mission statement: The Capilano Game Design Club wants to bring together people from all backgrounds interested in the process of creating games. No need to know how to code as there’s a lot of other skills used in creating a game, digital or not. This club is an excellent opportunity to practice team-building skills and challenges participants to tune into their imagination. Meet-ups will consist of breakdown/discussion of games as well as getting into groups to design a game within a limited span of time. Writers, Designers, Animators, Artists, Coders, Enthusiasts of the Game World are all welcome!
President: Mariana Lomelino ([email protected])
Music Therapy Students Alliance
Mission statement: The Music Therapy Students Alliance operates to offer support to the cohorts of the Music Therapy Program by fostering community involvement, professional development, and positive promotion of music therapy.
Co-presidents: Cynthia Ng and Kirsten Ziegelmeier ([email protected])
Our mission of this club is to gather people who are passionate about photography and want to take it to the next level, free photography workshops and tips to improve people’s photography is what we will do. Another thing on which our club is focused upon is, to hunt hidden photographers in our university and encourage them to improve their skills.
President: Mili Negi
Young Liberal Party Club
Mission statement: A club for the liberal party of Canada. Involving young minds to share their ideas to the table, and to share their ideas in politics in a healthy environment, and to engage in dialogue with one another. And bring that voice to policy makers, and to make a difference in some way. Get involved with your local politics, and community.
President: Erik Wendland ([email protected])